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Bachpan ka mora tora pyaar

Posted on: June 17, 2011


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie songs and a regular contributor to this blog.

“Heidi” is a world famous children’s novel, written by the Swiss author Johanna Spyri. First published in 1880, it carried a tag line “For children and those who love children’. ‘Heidi’ is one of the most enduring works of children’s literature, being one of the most popular children books in the twentieth century. Even after 130+ years, the story still reads very fresh and has not lost its charm over the decades. My own first introduction to this work was probably at the age of 6 or 7, when I read a Hindi translation of this work, and got to read the English version later.

The story of Heidi, is a wonderful tale about the adventures and experiences of a small child girl. The events in her life transpose her to new and different environments. As a child girl, she loses her parents, and is sent to live with her grandfather in a village in the Swiss Alps. Here she becomes friends with a boy named Peter, and teaches him to read and write. After spending 3 years with her grandfather (a recluse who does not mingle with the rest of the village people), she is taken by her aunt to Frankfurt to provide company to another child girl, Klara, who is confined to a wheelchair. Heidi starts keeping indifferent health, and returns to her grandfather. For Heidi’s sake, her grandfather breaks his habit, and goes to his neighbors and other village people for support in taking care of Heidi. The next summer, Klara, her father and her grandmother, come to stay with Heidi. Peter, who is jealous of the lack of attention due to Klara’s presence, one day throws her wheelchair from the mountain. Without he wheelchair, Klara attempts to walk, and is gradually able to regain use of her legs; as she has also become stronger on the diet of goat milk and mountain air. The story is a lovely account of how Heidi’s simplicity and childlike honesty influences people and how she is able to bring happiness to everyone she comes in touch with.

In 1958, Heidi was adapted for the Hindi screen by the famous director AR Kardar, as the movie titled ‘Do Phool’. The lead pair of child actors in this movie are Baby Naaz and Master Romi. Other main players are Vijaya Chaudhry, Bipin Gupta, Ulhaas, Jeevan, Protima Devi, Rajan Haksar, Ameer Banu, Neelam, Mumtaz Begum etc. The songs for this movie are from the pen of Hasrat Jaipuri, and the music compositions are by Vasant Desai. The singing voices are of the two sisters, Lata and Asha. This song is about two childhood friends, reaffirming their bond of friendship, and making promises never to forget each other. The on screen picturization is on Baby Naaz and Master Romi. Enjoy this fun song of childhood promises.


Song-Bachpan ka mora tora pyaar (Do Phool) (1958) Singers-Lata, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Hasrat Jaipuri, MD-Vasant Desai

Lyrics

bachpan ka mora tora pyaar ho
bachpan ka mora tora pyaar suhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
nibhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
chham chham chham naache hai bahaar
chham chham chham naache hai bahaar
taraanaa
dekho jee yaad rakhna
zamaanaa
dekho jee yaad rakhna

san san hawaaon mein
bheegi bheegi raahon mein
oonche oonche ambuwa ki
thhandi chhaaon mein
oonche oonche ambuwa ki
thhandi chhaaon mein
dekho ji dil naa todna
mori koel
ye geet yaad rakhnaa
aaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaa
mori koel
ye geet yaad rakhnaa
bachpan ka mora tora pyaar suhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
nibhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
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aaaaaaaa

taaron ki tamtam mein
chanda ji ke ghode pe
baadal ke haathi pe
bijlee ke hindole pe
baadal ke haathi pe
bijlee ke hindole pe
parbat ke paar chale hum ho
chalo tum bhi hamaare saath jhoomna
chalo tum bhi hamaare saath jhoomna
chham chham chham naache hai bahaar
taraana
dekho ji yaad rakhna
zamaana
dekho ji yaad rakhna

baat ko nibhaana ji
hamen naa bhulaana ji
aaj to hansaaya hai
kal na rulaana ji
aaj to hansaaya hai
kal na rulaana ji
chupke se munh na modna
mori hirni na saath mora chhodnaa
aaaaa
aaaaa
aaaaa
mori hirni na saath mora chhodnaa
bachpan ka mora tora pyaar suhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
nibhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
aaaaaaaa
aaaaaaaa

baat ko nibhaayenge
tumhen na bhulaayenge
aaj vachan detey hain
tumhen na rulaayenge
aaj vachan detey hain
tumhen na rulaayenge
tum bhi hamen na bhoolna
ho
mohey chanda ki khidki se jhaankna
mohey chanda ki khidki se jhaankna
bachpan ka mora tora pyaar ho
bachpan ka mora tora pyaar
suhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa
nibhaana
dekho ji yaad rakhnaa

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3 Responses to "Bachpan ka mora tora pyaar"

Thanks for excellent post Atul ji (and gone unnoticed so far, as I see no comments on this)…
It has everything of my interests – Story based on literary works, ‘bachpan ka pyaar’ and most importantly ‘bachpan’, and beautiful and simple lyrics-music- and picturisation with scenic beauty around (nature).
Simply beautiful !!
You called it a ‘fun song’ , but then in ‘childhood days’ the world is altogether a different one !! 🙂

This post is written by Sudhir Ji. 🙂

Sorry Sudhir ji – I correct myself – ‘ Thanks for excellent post Sudhir ji ‘

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